Stories to Read Now


a short story in The Lampeter Review

It was in May, when the baby was exactly one week past her due date, that it occurred to me she might never come at all… Read more 

In My Mother’s Garden
an essay in Literary Mama

It has been a year since she died. It’s the strangest thing to have become a mother just as I lost my own mother; only the tiniest sliver of time where I was both mother and mothered… Read more

Good Enough to Eat
a short essay featured by the Museum of Motherhood

We talked a lot about eating you in those early days. You were made of apricots and berries and soft new bread and cotton candy, your tiny nose like a chickpea. How could we not want to consume you?… Read more